Monday, October 31, 2011

the great wait

i thought on this blustery monday, i would have it. at least have the baby steps toward it. that inching toward the light i'd so hoped for. but the meeting for my speech easy has been delayed until november 11. a private matter in the speech pathologist's life that prevented her from meeting last week.

so this monday looks like any other. the frost on the ground outside is slowly melting as the sun creeps up. i've got my coffee cup and my Bible beside me, fuel for the day. pablo is asleep on the bed in the next room, curled up against the chill of seven a.m.

and i will wait. as sarah waited for children and job waited for grace. because it will come. not on my watch or agenda. but nonetheless, it will happen. just as the tree outside my window turned ruby at just the precise time in october. a scheme not my own, but His. and with prayer, i just might grab a glimmer of that illusive patience that has always slipped right past my touch. it's a lesson, this waiting. but one worth learning.


The Soul Anchor said...

Patience is not something I'm good at, it's a lesson that God is continually teaching me.

.... did you say snow?

Erin said...

OH the difficulty of having patience! We just need to remember to call on God and wait for Him. He has never left us, but perhaps what we are asking for, is not of today. God knows the timing and plans for our lives.

Ana Magdalena said...

Patience is not one of my virtues, but God has been helping me to learn that things don't happen on my time, but on His.

Gentri said...

I'm sorry you have to wait longer. But I'm so happy you have the opportunity! :) this photo is gorgeous!!

Jacqlyn said...

Isn't it great to have a God to put your faith in? Faith in God includes faith in his timing. [one of my favorite quotes, thought I would share. :)]


Denise Pacurar said...

This is absolutely beautiful! Sometimes when we wait that is when we are able to see God's hand working and not ours. Waiting on God is always the best choice when we don't know what else to do.

The picture is so beautiful!

xoxo Denise

bird and tree said...

this too is the season I have been in for about a year... waiting, searching, looking... trying to figure out what I am supposed to be doing... ( other than mothering) Your words in this post mirror my own many, many times... I felt comfort hearing/reading them today... thank you for reminding time is not perfect! Have I told you I love your blog lately?!? Well, I surely do! My thoughts are with you!

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